Scotland snatched a dramatic first ever World Sevens Series title with a last-gasp victory over South Africa
The Scots trailed 26-15 with 30 seconds left but Edinburgh wing Dougie Fife scored twice to win it
Scotland upset England 17-0 in the quarter-finals before beating USA 24-17 in the semis
Scotland won a World Rugby Sevens Series title for the first time in their history after an incredible finish in the London Sevens final against South Africa today.
Dougie Fife scored two tries in the final 30 seconds of the match to claim the one point victory, just as it seemed they were to be beaten into second place in London.
The win means that six different nations have tasted success over the ten-legged Sevens World Series season, with five different winners over the past five events.